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Interiorización de las manifestaciones culturales en los miembros de la organización

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  • Daimer Higuita López

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El artículo presenta una revisión sobre la cultura organizacional. El documento se origina en una tesis doctoral que estudia el proceso en el que los trabajadores interiorizan valores, símbolos y otras manifestaciones culturales. Se revisan las escuelas de pensamiento en la antropología cultural y la forma como la gestión contemporánea ha abordado la cultura organizacional. Para ello, se presentan los enfoques paradigmáticos y metodológicos que han seguido las investigaciones, el tratamiento que se le da a la cultura, las disciplinas involucradas en los estudios y los principales conceptos que son relacionados con la cultura en la empresa. El artículo termina planteando los enfoques teóricos desde los cuales se enfoca el problema y la importancia del estudio para la investigación en el campo.

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  • Daimer Higuita López, 2012. "Interiorización de las manifestaciones culturales en los miembros de la organización," Revista Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Universidad Militar Nueva Granada, December.
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    Keywords

    Manifestaciones culturales; Interiorización; Hábitos; Gestión de la cultura organizacional.;
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    • M14 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - Business Administration - - - Corporate Culture; Diversity; Social Responsibility

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